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A short collection of Content Management Systems (CMS) for Ruby on Rails

Here is a short collection of current Content Management Systems (CMS) written in Ruby and mostly suited to use with Ruby on Rails. Check out Ananablau as well for a nice PDF slide.

Comatose (29. June 2007)
Comatose is a micro CMS designed for being embedded into existing Rails applications

Geego is for developers and designers that want to provide fully updatable websites for their clients.

Mephisto (27. July 2006)
Complete Blog System, Mephisto is a publishing system that makes it super easy to setup a blog or website.

Complete Blog System, Similar to Mephisto

Radiant CMS
Radiant is a no-fluff, open source content management system designed for small teams.
Looks cool but no direkt RoR integration?

Railfrog (3. July 2007)
Railfrog is a user-friendly, open-source website deployment and content management system built with Ruby on Rails.
dead project?!

Rubricks (31. July 2007)
Rubricks is a component based open source CMS powered by Ruby on Rails.

Seymore (04/02/2007)
Seymore is an open source content management system which integrates directly into pages.

SimpleCMS , (29. December 2007),
small simple, inline edit. Simple CMS is a very easy to use and pretty advanced CMS plugin.

CMSplugin provides your Rails application with a “CMS framework”. That means authentication, authorization, roles, permissions, categories, tags, etc… but from a very flexible scope.

open rcms (25.6.2007)

An in-place editor for your entire website. Roxanne is a simple Site-Management Tool to quickly manage your content. See first steps to get the idea behind Roxanne.

The first and most robust Ruby on Rails open source e-commerce project.

Goldberg (promising)